Friday, 25 November 2011

Friday Finishes!

Must say, I've had a really busy week with my regalia work and Part 1 of Orca Bay ( mystery quilt) but I did manage two small finishes.
I've been making a stack of mug rugs as Christmas gifts and got two finished last night.

This first one  is two strips of seminole patchwork.  We did this at our last meeting of quilt group.
I'm not sure I got my measurements correct as the contrast fabric in the center of the fat strip is an ablong and not a square.  mmmm ?   Still I think it turned out okay.

Close up of my tribally / swirly free motion quilting.

Next up is an old faithful :

I don't think I could ever get sick of making these and I love getting the chance to practice feathers !

I used a satin fabric for the flower this time , a bit tricky and slippery to work with but I think the end result is worth it.

So that is it for now.
Being Friday means I am linking up with Shanna from Sparrow in Flight who is hosting this weeks TGIFF party.

Why not head on over there and check out the finishes ?

Have a good weekend everyone


Candace said...

Your mug rugs are so adorable, I think they must be some of the prettiest that I've ever seen.

Laura said...

Lovely as always! Might have to put you on as backup if i don't finish for next week!

The Nifty Stitcher said...

Thank you Candace and Laura. If you need a stand by Laura - count me in. I haven't put myself forward cos I'm not sure about the technical linky bit!!! But I'm here if you need me.

Tanya said...

Love your FMQ its brilliant....Satin flower is divine. Mug Rugs are so much fun to make I just love them.

Janine said...

Hi, I'm visiting from TGIFF. These are really pretty and I love your fmq :)

Editfolt said...

Very nice! Beautiful! Congratulations!

Foolish Feathers said...

Very nicely done! I simply love teh deep blue mug rug, it's stitching and that great shiny flower! You make a good choice on fabrics. Thanks for linking up to TGIFF this week via my Blog!

Connie said...

Beautiful work and I love your mug rugs! I keep forgetting how much I like the way you do them and that it is a great way to practice something like a feather design, thanks for sharing!

Carol said...

What beautiful workmanship, Rhianon ... you are a pro - no doubt about it.
Big Hugs from Canada

YankeeQuilter said...

Your feathers are just beautiful!

The Nifty Stitcher said...

To all you lovley ladies who left great comments - thank you very much.:)

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